Cannes Cinema has created an exciting line-up of events for the 26 edition of the Rencontres Cinématographiuqe de Cannes. Between December 9 and 15, a range of avant-premieres and workshops will keep Cannes’ films fans busy.
Philippe Torreton will present his films and host a masterclass on Wednesday morning. An evening will be dedicated to his “Captain Conan and Presumed guilty”, which also fits in the celebrations of the centenary of the 14-18 war.
Mathieu Kassovitz will present his film “Order and Morality” on Wednesday evening and conduct a Masterclass on Thursday morning.
Brigitte Roüan, actress, film director, producer will present some of her films and host a masterclass.
Noëlle Boisson, the award-winning editor, has worked with Jean-Jacques Annaud, Jean-Paul Rappeneau, Jacques Doillon, Patrice Leconte… She will introduce and conduct sessions and will conduct a masterclass.
Guillaume Gouix, a young actor trained at the Cannes Erac, confirming everything it although one thinks of him, will present his latest film “Attila Marcel” by Sylvain Chomet, unreleased in Cannes and in which he starred.
Daniel Prévost will act as MC.
Opening avant-première: “A Beautiful Sunday” in the presence of director Nicole Garcia in her presence with actor Pierre Rochefort and writer Jacques Fieschi.
Closing avant-première: “Lulu Nude Woman” in the presence of the filmmaker Solveig Anspach.
Young audiences: Young audiences and toddlers will also have their previews with “Loulou, the incredible secret” on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning: “The Secret of the Moonstone”.
Fukushima: Documentarian Keiko Courdy went to Japan and met the inhabitants of the region and its prohibited areas. She returned with poignant and inspiring testimonials in his unpublished documentary “Beyond the Cloud”.
Secret n ° 3: The competition «Panorama of festivals»
Each year, the RCC program the success of tomorrow in this selection of eight films in competition.
The selected films all premiered at a festival. This year, this includes “Mother and Son” by Calin Peter Netzer (Golden bear at Berlin), “Le Grand Cahier” by Janos Szasz (Grand Prix at Karlovy Vary), “From One Life to Another” by Georg Maas (Prize for the best woman’s role in St Jean de Luz), “Pelo Malo” (Golden in San Sebastian shell)…
For full details (in French), visit Cannes-Cinema.